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%rry, S. C., as 2nd class matter
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday. April ^r>, 1910.
After this issue The Herald and
T^ews hopes to able to handle all stuff!
-/or the paper promptly and get out
-oa time. f\Ve have been a little short
- u c-ompositicui for the past several
weeks. ]\Ir. Humbert Aull turned in j
?t the office Monday morning and j
from this 011 will handle the machine j
and as he is an expert machinist asj
well as a "swift" on the keyboard we j
hope to have no more trouble. For
tiae past several issues we have held
-out a great deal of good local and j
ether matter simply because we could j
not 2c't it iin Mr An 11 line imt "hnri 1
-a fair deal on this issue as we had j
-only one galley up when he toot
-charge Monday morning.
The county convention will meet
next Monday. President Keitt says J
iie will call the convention to order j
promptly at 12 o'clock noo:i. Tlie;
? ...:n i ~ ~ I ~ ^ ? ~ # i
in i?t uubiiit;?s win ue uit* eietiiuu ui j
a temporary chairman. The clubs j
are required to send a certified list J
-of their delegates which list shall ;
constitute the temporary roll of thej
convention. The club presidents and
and secretaries should remember
that the constitution requires that;
the list of delegates he certified to'
by the president a d secretary. Sec- \
retary McSwain asks that the lists be'
sent in at once and in that wav he can 1
? ' :
/ .have the roll of the convention ready i
before the convention is called to or- j
The Greenwood Index in speaking'
of the status of the two quart ai
month bill remarks: "It is not out:
of place to remark in passing that j
the fate of the bill depends somewhat
upon who is elected governor this
We can not see what who is elected j
governor has to do with the fate of; *
the bill. If Manning is not elected
or if he i<? elected the bill will become
law or not before he or his successor j
is swor:i in. If he does not veto it! -
and send it in to the legislature within i
three days after the legislature con- j
venes it will become law without his I
signature. If he vetoes it then it will! t
be up to the legislature to pass it ^
over his veto or sustain the veto. It' x
-.seems to us that the fate of the bill i
depends more largely upon wno is
elected to the legislature. t
Flo wers-li arret t. |1
Mr. Wm. C. Garrett the efficient and
accommodating manager o? the tele-,'
phone svstem at Xewberrv took his "
friends bv surprise on Sundav bv tak-: "
* * i V
ing unto himself a help mate. &un-;'
<?ay morning at S:io o'clock at St.''
Timothy's Episcopal church i- Co-;1
lumbia he was married to Miss Lil- j *
lian Flowers the Rev. Mr. Robberttorn
performing the ceremony. Mr. j (i
and Mrs. Garrett came to Newberry 11
on the Southern train Sunday after- i
noon and for the prese.it are at home i C
to their friends at the Xewbery I
hotel. ; c
m I v
ATTENTION DEMOCRATIC CLUBS 7'
In order to facilitate the work of; .
preparing the temporary roll fur tile
county convention which meets on! .
the 1st Monday in May at the county I >
seat, the president and secretary ot
each club is requested to furnish im-!*"
mediately a certified list of the dele-T
sate-s electod to the county eonven-I'
W. A. ??IcS\va!n,
Seeretarv Coimtv Committee j,
Svsro ^hoo - Ills V: Iff*
i .' I : '* O'. ?
cv ' r/'v.z ci * " ' il?- Sber.':":
Blease sent lii? deputy to arrest!
And every department in the he
this magnifcient stock here in all lines
Millinery Offeriags Stand Unapproach
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We have the stylish hats that pie
the people. Every day adds new attr
tions to our millinery department. H
dreds of new hat shapes go on sale h
this week. It pays to keep in touch w
the beautiful new creations being c
stantly shown here. You notice everyb<
comes straight to Mimnaugh's for tl
WT- r "fTfWTITT nrWlTI fnTTT 1 1111 UMM?aw MMU aMOMWKAtamMt - -?>k -V'V
Colored Lawn Batiste
3,000 yards colored Lawn Batiste ?
Voiles, neat figures and floral designs,
the new colors, 12Ac and 15c quality
center table, choice yard 10c.
K?I1M( K, CHAPMAN, WILSON their opponents li
ENDORSED IN WARD ONE i concede nothing a]
straight ticket thai
Ir. Eugene S. Klease Makes Speech and their friends
of Pacification?Deplores Fac- along the same 1
tionalism. th?v still waited 3
that there was 1101
Perhaps the most interesting of ail for that the rules
he club meetings was that held in ; ;:o\\ enaced into t
Vard No. 1. T-tto years ago. after a | twd no change in
ery exciting contest in this club, j made by any con
here was a tie-up in the election of! yii delegates to tl
lelegates. Sheriff Cannon G. Bl'ease i would have to do
it that time mo.ed that each of the delegates to the
wo factions select half the delegates j :-.nd this year thai
:nd his motion was adopted. Prior to j f'onJly nothing fo
he meeting of Saturday night, Sher- wo.iid be renomin;
ft Blease stated that he did not care i rr He the. : sta
or a partisan contest and sought to C":c:ner was oppo.ret
a-; agreement to divide the dele- \y^ that he believe
rates again, but his overtures were frjr and imparti
c-fuseu, and he was informd that while his side hac
ho.se who are sometimes termed Anti- knew, at the meoti
'lease men expected to make a jeci ion ' o Dr. ('
traight light in the cl"?. ijr Cromer hu
When the meeting was called to or- ; president withou
ler and nominations for president oi j Diease then nomiii
iie club were callea for, Mr. Eugene j terwliite for vice-}:
5. Blease nominated Dr. Geo. B.; Wallace nominate
'rcmer. the former president. In mak- j Mr. Blease stated
ng the nominatio:), L\ir. lilease declar- to show that his ;
el that he came there as a democrat, tioir.al contests ov<
vith good will in his heart for every and withdrew LMr.
nember of the club, with the purpose nation, and then '
?f doing what was right and fair and animously elected,
vithout any desire to engage in a For the offioe
actio al fight. He reviewed at some [>]ease nominated
ength his conduct in politics, stat-. j ^ Baxter, and
VZ tliat lie had always tried to Help j nomi ee was what
dewberry county men who were candi- j ite.tliat he believe
;-Mv> ior positions beyond Newberry j c]nb V;ould say tl:
I'll that he had supported Iie\. J-i efficient officei a.
i'or railroad commissioner, j >nve no o"-positic
V.'? M(\..cr ;or attorney go'.oral, the) Wallace nominate
Col Sclrimpert for solicitor, ana .on. A ballot v;
, ... .. -;\vi> c." -.''.on.- t;5r the . * * 1 sn 1 V\f r>>* 1
1 X- .. be:* y P<- "1 !(l , ? ' '
, 7 1 . ? i ; i - * .
' r: I Hi'- ">" UtVv'
; " V 1 -' 40C' "l" " *vas h a fl
wouM never run from one. He said yiT ^Swain vras
'hat a?tcr irotting the information that, j jn ho ^'(
*? 7 r .'-v ttt ? r,?>? *?> rr w y <\ rr
i\ ?. VV '/AJL?
ds Grow L
use producing values unequalled. No o
led Sale of Children's
Beautiful White Dresses so:
Voiles. Lace and Embroider
sizes 4 to 14 years, Special
$2.50, S3 00, S3 50 and $5 CO
Women's Readv-to-wear Garn
UlEiUOt lllVillll V2IU KSt
Big values are offered in w<
ments of all kinds. Stylish r
are built from the best matt
Suits, one piece dresses, Sepa
Women's Silk Gj
Black and White two cla^p
ase finger tips. Size? li to 8. Spe
,ac_ the pair 50c.
I?WITH flMM??WWBI I? W I ?
un- Npw Palm
A. 1 W/ VV M.
ere ' Real Palm Beach Suits for w
rit~ in the real labeied Palm beaci
on- 55.96, S7.50 and 510.00 each.
^ White Canvas Pi
10 cases White Canvas Pum
? pers w^rth 31.50 and $2.C0, o
96c and $L49.
ind Wash Tub Skii
Wonderful values at the pri
on j the lot, a big $1.50 value, as 1
last, choice 98c.
ad determined to ! right on the committee a^d as)
ad had fixed upon a club to re-elect Mr. I.VlcSwin
t he and his brother i position, and this motion was
liad gone to work unanimously.
ine. But, he said, .... . ... . . .
i When tne election of six de
3eace and harmony; .
to the county convention w;
thing really to fight , . ,
oared in order. Mr. Blease stat
of the partv were , , . . . .. . ^ , . , .
* (he had a slate ticket which he
he law of the State. 1 . . t ? ^ , , . , .
- ; nominate, but that he hated tc
these laws could be' , ... ... . .. , . *,
nate this ki>:id ot ticket; that
ve.tion; that about . , . ...
necessary, however, to do thi:
lie State convention ., * ....
there was no disposition on ti
i would be to elect . .. ..
ot the otner side to divide up
rmtinnnl rnnrpn . .... .......
tliat side had a slate tit-Ket ai
amounted to prac- , ^ . 4, ,. , , rn, .. .
lie read both tickets. Fne tickc
r President "Wilson , , , ,,,
mated by Mr. 1.lease was co
Ued without oppoM- . ,, " _ ?. ... _ T
ot Ca< non G. Please. A\. P. J<
ted that though Dr. _ _ TJ _? 1 -r,
R. .0. Perry, C. Douglas P.
;ed to him political- . , _ . . ,T
ter and b. S. Cunniiighani. Mr
>d lie would make a . . .
Wallace nominated the other
al president and ... .
v. Inch contained tne names <
1 a bio: majority, he T ~ ... . .. c
* G^o. Tj. Cromer. W. A. McSwau
im. that thev had no 01. T T T ,, *. ? T -r,
Sligh, L. T. Eptiri'g. G. L. R<
and Arthur Kibler. Tiie ticket
. ing been elected jiV 5:her!Fr Blease recei ed 72
t oppositio' , Mr. W;(h the exception that Mr. P>Iez
1ated Mr. M. M. Sat- -^jr perry sot 74 votes. Four
^resident. Mr. W. P?. /-^rr^irlatos on the other ticket
fl "VT1* T, T Kntinff . .. , T * +1
" " =" receivca '>.> votes aim l\m# ul h.
that he still wanted votes each.
side wanted no fac3r
these positions,1 Mr- K- s- Blease then mov<
Satterwliite's nomi- ^le endorse the administrs
Mr. Epting was un- j Preside-Jt Woodrow Wilson ai
motion was adopted.
of secretary, iMr. i Mr. Blease then reminded tl
the incumbent, Mr. that he had always stood fo
said that while his poj-ry men when they were can
they called a Bleas-' aj1(i felt that all the members
rl PVPrv rmin in tho . i-l-n-v,,!/! crv TTn wtnf;
?. ^ ~ * J ~ V li L? oav/uivi * l \ / o\/. j ^ k.wfcvcv
lat he had made ail jj(,n> ]> y Chapman of this
id hoped he would wji0 has bcoi classed as an
>n. I'.nr Mr. \\. B. , p,lease man. was a candidate f
;1 I\Tr. C>. L. Uobii> < :tor. that he would make a g
as lakoa which re- ar!(i moved that the club <
ci*ft:vn2 mO votes to v . candidacy for the office.
Ho Inson ; P-omer stated that lu* t
;lie f tit5
* ">e :;--T ' H1 ' * 'hat he would r
, v ; Mr ' >
4 ' p r ' V ' . >y C\. "if' '
_r : of " ? * :r ' ^ "ti*.
. and that although that his motion to endorse Pr
rlasserl against him ~vi\; n had r.ot been rulorl
)nld do "what was The clnb sustained the
> DAILY " "" Iv
ine wiih a need in our line can afford
Wk; fA I W-a OVJO ^Ainr
T7 1111^/ TY W Ui V/ UVIIi?
ft linen and
lenfs of ail /y\ ' r
" It locks like w
psandf'io- j ones who se
ur price is j m3re nsw Si
_______ week's seliini
ce 200 in Navy, newest
ong as they Special $3.49,
ted the ! a.id Mr. Chapman's candidacy "was <S> <
to the ! endorsed. j ^
carried j Next Mr. Blease moved the endorse- ^
| ment of the candidacy of Hon. Fred. <$>
legates I Dominick for congress, stating tnat ^ '
, ! Mr. Dominick was a man Newberry'
is de-1 ;
ed that! v'as pr0ll(^ that ^ie Was a lawyer ! ^
_ . j of excellent ability, a man of high
. '.character and would make this dis- Jac
nomi- i i
! trict a representative of whom New- !
it as 1 ! v
i berrv would be proud. President
s since! ^ i t
! Cromer ruled that the motion to en- Lt:i
dorse Mr. Dominick was also out of
anu as ; luj
. order. Mr Blease again appealed from
so and! * 3
the ruling, the appeal was sustained
it nom- = I
, and Mr. DoinLiick was endorsed as a
m posed v...
candidate for congress.
r-. T-, .. V/l.ile iv,interest \v:t? manifested
,;t-i T> nt. the meeting and a large crowd was
ticket *:1 attendance, the best of order preit
D1- There was no disposition on
, p r pnr: oi anv one to sav anything1
I, IV. j JI0,
ibinson ' Jn(I or unyleasant.
. . i i
headed ??S3?- to
votes Si'XDAY SHiOOL COM- KEKM'E toy
lse and POK >0. TWO TOWXSHIP I y ^
of the V\"1I moot at Lebanon on tlie fiftn ;
each. r SaL.;ath, April 30, at 11 o clock
iem re- 11:00?Devotional Scripture and
Player, Prof. T. W. Keitt. j ,Ifc
2d that ii:3o? The Organized 'Sui:da>
ition of Work j B ox Hollo way j in*
tid this 12:00?The Sunday Scflool and the ; :
'Temperance Cause, Prof. O. B. Can-;
le club nonr
New- 12:30?How to Make Bible Study bl1
didates J^eliShtful. Rev. W- R. Bouknight.
rf t] i 1:00?To What Extent is the Moth-:ai1
v] fi-it ' "" RC;;Pon5-Me ft)" the Training of in'
tiio Child. Mrs. T. E. Cha idler
Anti- ! bCn''- i "V
or son-j r
OO'l Of- i Son." ... . T.. ?
an dorse-' 1 ae Qualifications of An Er- .l ll
. , ':vc Teacher. Pr E C. .Tones
Presi- | . (
!':}.? -The Sunday s-enool as fit1
tnought ' !,
, _ . . 'i:;i. * s. > I r Christian
)-:.r] be :
,l*.'>r]\ev Roy 1 1" Carso;'
vns f' r
The ' " T: 4 Make
?*-* ' * ' rv tT Hnnf
I II -. ?. .....
V"? c ' ? ,7: CTr?^-p+
oporto ^ ce:
-r Gu?'n!qc Thit Doss Not Affect The Jfssc
irG-:t B( < ai:M of its tcnic an<i laxativ? effect.
TIVE BKOMO QUININH is better thsa ordinary
' s Q'n.T!'": and does not caiyse aervcusness rut
_ ^_^_7 ; i:-, ?:n % in lier.d Rfaember the full no-se sr<j
1 - 1'CtU . I/:.u ;?r the sio-aatuic ?? K. V. G> YE. iJ-c ?
to fail to investigate
l a Wonderful *
\ these beau\
\ \ tiful skirts
^ \\ A '
u and you
buy the material
i price w e
e are the only
I! skids. 100
kirts for this
z. Black and
$4.98 &. $6.50
PROSPERITY PERSONALS <$>
Prosperity, April 24.?Misses 'Alice
rl Henrietta Rawl of Lykeland are
ests of tlieir sister, Mrs. M. C. ^
Misses Cairo Wyche and Vivian
don of ' A'lntlirop college spent Easwith
Dr. and ?\>rs. C. T. Wyche.
Vlr. and Mrs. Shep Merchant and
:le Mary Kohn of Saluda spent Snnv
with Mr. J. B. Stockman.
Mr. and Mrs. .T. C. Taylor of Batesrp
spent the week-end with Mr. A.
VIr. and Mrs. Baekman Richardson
d Miss Georgia Hair are visiting
Ur. J. I). Quattlebaum was a busi-s
visitor to Columbia Monday.
Ur. Herbert La; gford has returned'
Columbia alter pending the Eas
reason with his parents, Mr. and"
s. i). M. LangforJ.
Miss Susie Langford returns today
Winthrop college after a snort
;it to '.Mr. and Mrs. P. L Langford.
Mr. Pierce Jon nelly and daughter,
ss Mae Pearl and Blanche are visit?
Mrs. Ada Baker.
Miss Lola Wates has returned from
j Columbia hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Price spent
nday in Saluda.
Mrs. Alma Xance has gone To Kin- ^
:1s to visit her sister, Mrs. J. A.
Mr. Roy Giij-on Oi Columbia sper.t
> M f,al.-_nr.i) a t V.n-ona
>> V V.iv CA, c nwjxiv,
\I:\ and Mrs. Kellers Mitchell of
\inpton have been the guests of Mr. I
Vliss Lois Merchant was taken to 1
' -u:; : al to-lay for an
<i < -! i.
V. ), "V !o 1' ii Monument.
V-- . "42 ".'ill unveil
? j . ivt :: ;i Amnions
: ? nclay in May at 4
' i'y V.'c- -t K- 1 Come
ighboring camps are cor 1
to me-: ' : ' 0. t". v\
t " P. i jo:-. ::i flip rvo:S!On.
G W. Harrison.
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